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SylvaDB: a Polyglot and Multi-Backend Graph Database Management System

  July 25, 2016
  DATA Conference 2013
h  Research Paper
  Graph Databases, Network Research, Polyglot Backends

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This paper presents SylvaDB, a graph database management system designed to be used by people with no technical knowledge. SylvaDB is based on flexible schema definitions and has been developed taking into account the need to deal with semantic information. It relies on the mathematical notion of property graph. SylvaDB is an open source project and aims at lowering the barrier of adoption for anyone using graph databases. At the same time, it is robust and scalable enough to support collaborative large projects related to knowledge management, document archiving, and research.

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